Tilinga Mandir | Bell Temple, Timings & Popular Tourist Places

One such treasure is the Tilinga Mandir, or Bell Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. He has represented as a Yogi living in Mount Kailash, Tibet, with his wife Parvati and two sons, most worshipped in the aniconic form of the Lingham.

The Tilinga Mandir is a famous Shiva temple in ‘Bordubi town’, i.e. 7 km from Tinsukia District. It is in a tea garden at Bordubi, with bells hanging around the temple complex. Temple Timings are Monday To Sunday: 7 am–7 pm.

Tilinga Mandir Timings

The bells have made of bronze, brass, copper and even aluminium. ‘Tilinga’ means ‘bell’ in the Assamese Language, and ‘Mandir’ means ‘temple’. The temple roof consists of four giant bells. At the temple entrance is a metallic bell; devotees ring the bell and enter the Temple.

History of Tilinga Mandir:

The Temple’s history can trace back to the year 1965 when the workers of the nearby tea gardens noticed a Shiv Linga emerging from the ground near a banyan tree. Then, they decided to build a temple around it, eventually known as the Tilinga Mandir.

Tilinga Mandir Timings:

Activities: Daily Darshan, Rituals, Festival Celebration, Natural Environment.

Here are the Tilinga Mandir Timings: Temple will be open on Monday at 6:30 am.

Monday6:30 am–7 pm
Tuesday7 am–7 pm
Wednesday7 am–7 pm
Thursday7 am–7 pm
Friday7 am–7 pm
Saturday7 am–7 pm
Sunday7 am–7 pm

Festivals Celebrated at Tilinga Mandir:

Mahashivratri festival is the main festival celebrated in the temple complex, with devotees thronging to fulfil their wishes and aspirations. The temple complex decorates beautifully, and fairs and cultural performances organise for the same.


Margherita is a small town in Upper Assam in the Tinsukia district. Known as the Coal Queen of Assam, this sub-divisional headquarters has covered with lush green rolling tea gardens and coal mines.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park:

The Park is home to many amazing species of animals, birds and other creatures like a white-winged wood duck, water buffalo, black-breasted parrot bill, capped langur, tiger and many more. It has eco-lodges for people to stay in while they visit the Park.

Borajan Bherjan Podumoni Wildlife Sanctuary:

This sanctuary has spread across three blocks in the Tinsukia district of Upper Assam, consisting of three separate forests, Bherjan, Borajan and Padumoni. It includes hoolock gibbon, capped langur, pig-tailed macaque, slow loris, rhesus macaque, and leopard. Eighty-four species of birds are there. This is near Tilinga Mandir.


It is a town and a town area committee in the Tinsukia district in the northeastern part of the state of Assam. Digboi is the Oil City of Assam. It says that the town gets its name from the phrase “dig-boy-dig.

Basistha Temple:

Basistha temple has located southeast of Guwahati city, Assam State. It is a Lord Shiva mandir. According to legend, the ashram has founded by the great saint Basistha.


It is the biggest attraction in the town. Na-Pukhuri is a group of nine lakes on the boundary of the town. It is a historical monument built during the period of King Sarbananda Singha.

Umananda Temple:

It has built on Bhasmachala Hill. And ‘Umananda’ comes from two Hindi words, ‘Uma,’ which is another name for Lord Shiva’s wife, and ‘Ananda,’ which means happiness.

Aswakranta Temple:

In the Assamese language, Aswa means ‘horse,’ and Klanta means ‘tired.’ Lord Krishna was searching for Narakasur; his horse felt tired here, where Shri Aswaklanta temple has located now.

Navagraha Temple:

Dedicated to the nine major celestial bodies (Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, North Lunar Node, and South Lunar Node), Navagraha Temple in Guwahati has nine Shiva Lingas.

Mahamaya Temple:

Mahamaya Temple of Bogribari placed about 30 km east of Dubhri town, is one of the most visited temples in that part of Assam. The Temple derives its name from the great Goddess Mahamaya, meaning supreme illusion.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park:

Famed for Ferral horses, 36 mammals and above 400 species of birds in the Park.

Hotels Near Tilinga Mandir:

  • Hotel Center Point
  • Hotel Highway
  • Hotel Ballerina
  • Padmini Resort
  • Hotel Royal Highness
  • Basudev Lodge
  • Kanchanjongha Complex
  • Hotel Aatreyee

Tilinga Temple Address: Bordubi, Hugrijan No. 116 Fs.Gt., Assam 786601.

Temple Contact Number: 070383 85060

How to reach Tilinga Mandir:

The following are travelling ways to reach Tilinga Temple:

By Air:

The nearest airport is Mohanbari Airport, Dibrugarh.

By Train:

The Temple has situated in the small town of Bordubi, which is well-connected to the nearest railway station Tinsukia.

By Road:

You can also go by bus from the Bordubi bus stand.


Why is Tilinga Mandir famous?

With heaps of bells, the Tilinga Mandir holds the record for hosting the largest bells of various sizes and types.

Which is the famous Temple in Tinsukia?

Tilinga Mandir.

Does Tinsukia have an airport?

No. The nearest airport is Dibrugarh airport, at a distance of 34km.

What is the meaning of Tinsukia?

Tinsukia is an industrial town.

Where is Tilinga Mandir situated?


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